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The construction industry is one of the major contributors to the country economy.

Just like any other industry, the firms in this sector are faced with an ever-changing

external environment. To survive the turbulent environment, the organisation must

continually review the strategic practices to remain competitive. This research project,

therefore, sought to establish the strategic management practices in the construction

industry with specific reference to Triad Architects Ltd.

Information technology plays an important role in the running of organizations. With the
increasing need of IT, organizations are keen to review the service delivery of this crucial
service. In view of the prevailing debate over the ICT outsourcing concept there is need to
shed more light on the concept. To the humanitarian organisations this research is of
immense importance in measuring the maturity of several elements of their current
outsourcing and provides more information on those areas that perform insufficiently.

The education sector in Kenya has undergone major changes in the recent years. One of
the major changes has been an upsurge of competition in the sector, this has been
attributed to the high entry levels of private investors into the sector. The early childhood
development education has undergone such metamorphosis, in the past this institutions
were more or less initiatives of the community or the church, currently 80% of this
institutions are owned by private investors. Competition in the provision of this service

A firm's ultimate survival depends upon how well it competes in the product market.
Donaldson (1961) reported that an important determinant of a firm's debt policy is its
relative market position in the industry. Maximizing the firm's value is the focal point for
every financing decision made by the management of the company (AI-shubiri, 20 II).
The study objective was to establish the relationship between the market power and
capital structure of firms listed in the Nairobi Securities Exchange. Secondary Data was

In today's turbulent environment of organizations, change has become synonymous with
standard business practices as long-term organizational ends have to be reformulated on
an ongoing basis. Market dynamics have created challenges for public organizations,
with the emergence of the global economy, advances in technology, increased societal
demands, and the need to provide more social services with fewer resources. As well, a
widespread desire for increased organizational scrutiny has increased the pressure for

This research reports findings on teachers' participation in decision-making and their
job satisfaction in public secondary schools in Gem Sub-county, Siaya County,
Kenya. The objective of the study was to establish the effect of teachers' participation
in decision-making on their job satisfaction in secondary schools in Gem sub-county.
A descriptive correlation survey design was adopted in this study and primary data
was collected by use of questionnaires. The responses of 199 teachers out of a sample

Strategy implementation or strategy execution task is easily the most complicated and

time consuming part of strategic management. While strategy formulation is primarily an

intellectual and creative act involving analysis and synthesis, implementation is a handson

operation and action oriented human behavioral activity that calls for executive

leadership and key managerial skills. The objective of this study was to examine the

determinants of implementation of strategies at the Institute of Quantity Surveyors of

Strategy planning articulates where an organization is going, how it will get there and the

actions needed to make progress. It clearly defines the purpose of the organization and

establishes realistic goals and objectives consistent with the mission which can be clearly

communicated to constituents. Investment groups in Kenya have grown from being

welfare groups to being investment groups intent on creating wealth from pooled

resources. As such, proper management and strategic planning are crucial to ensure

Commercial banks income structures over the years have mainly been dominated by
interest income generated from loans and advances to customers followed distantly by
non-funded also known as non-interest income. However in recent years Banks have
increasingly been generating income from off-balance sheet business and fee income.
Technological advancements have greatly increased product base in banks leading to
new revenue streams such as mobile banking, card usage, online banking and cashless

Over the years, the turbulent ever changing environment has resulted to cut-throat
competition within the media industry in Kenya. A scanning of the environment through
the SWOT and PESTEL analysis indicated that sustainable competitive advantage is the
only option for the Nation Media Group to survive in the media industry. The objective
of the study was to find out the strategies adopted and upheld by the Nation Media Group
in order to remain competitive in the media industry despite a dynamic complex

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